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August 2016 edition

Ever wondered why we accredit simulation programs? Plus, why “civility” ranks among a doctor’s top skills, our newest funded research, and a looming award/grant deadline!

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Royal College Research

Recent staff publications / grants @#RCResearch:
Jason Frank (co-author): A qualitative exploration of which resident skills parents in pediatric emergency departments can assess.
Authors: K.A. Moreau et al.

Farhan Bhanji (co-author): What is new in the 2015 American Heart Association guidelines, what is recycled from 2010, and what is relevant for emergency medicine in Canada.
Authors: L. J. Morrison et al.

Rhonda St.Croix: Challenges growing faster than abilities.
The Bottom Line.

For a complete list of 2015-2016 publications by RC staff and educators, please visit our publications page.

Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics

Care to brush up on your clinical statistics? The Research Unit presents another online seminar by statistician Dr. Nick Barrowman (CHEO/University of Ottawa). Contact for more information regarding the presentation.


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